Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are a cosmetic treatment that involves applying a chemical solution to the skin to exfoliate and remove the outermost layer of damaged skin cells. The process stimulates the growth of new skin cells, leading to a smoother and more even complexion. Chemical peels are typically performed on the face, but can also be done on the neck, chest, and hands.

There are different types of chemical peels, including superficial, medium, and deep peels. Superficial peels are the mildest and use a mild acid, such as alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA), to exfoliate the outermost layer of skin. Medium peels use a stronger acid, such as trichloroacetic acid (TCA), to penetrate deeper into the skin. Deep peels use the strongest acids, such as phenol, to penetrate the deepest layers of the skin.

Chemical peels can be used to treat a variety of skin concerns, including acne, sun damage, age spots, and fine lines and wrinkles. They can also improve the texture and tone of the skin. However, chemical peels are not suitable for everyone, and it is important to consult with a licensed dermatologist or aesthetician to determine if the treatment is appropriate for your skin type and concerns.